Fayetteville City Reporter
A proposal to downgrade a northeast city road's classification on the overall street plan and keep on the books its connection through a neighborhood to a major thoroughfare will return to the City Council unchanged.
Fayetteville Planning Commission signs off on rezoning wooded acreage, rejects neighborhood proposal
FAYETTEVILLE -- Opening about 22 wooded acres north of Kessler Mountain to development jumped the Planning Commission hurdle Monday and will make its way to the City Council for approval.
Fayetteville site set for analog, digital
FAYETTEVILLE -- Benjamin Meade remembers looking through the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's 1972 album Will the Circle be Unbroken and seeing everyone sitting in a room with a microphone hanging from the ceiling.
Benjamin Meade remembers looking through the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's 1972 album Will the Circle be Unbroken and seeing everyone sitting in a room with a microphone hanging from the ceiling.
FAYETTEVILLE -- The state's largest cross-country mountain biking event will change venues this year.
About a dozen residents who attended a public hearing Wednesday on the planned expansion of the landfill in Tontitown wanted to know how adding 72 acres of waste collection to the site will affect them.
Big-picture discussions about city planning and how to accommodate growth stemmed from the first reading Tuesday of an ordinance to rezone about 20 wooded acres on the northeast side of town.
FAYETTEVILLE -- An array of events, from pole-vaulting on the downtown square to the first music and sports festival at Kessler Mountain, will receive grant money from the city's tourism arm.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Tenants at a dilapidated apartment complex in the south part of town won't have much longer to wait until they get new spaces to live.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A planned independent movie theater and event space will not go into the former Dickson Theater building.